Hays already had a contract with Mr. Ions preventing disclosure of trade secrets

Hays already had a contract with Mr. Ions preventing disclosure of trade secrets. What could Hays have done, if anything, to prevent disclosure of their information on LinkedIn?
Investigate several at least 3 websites and at least one browsers (e.g., IE, Chrome, Firfox, etc). Discuss whether technologies are accessible to people with disabilities according to Section 508.
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Mr. Ion was employed by Hays and worked at the company for over 6 years. During his time at the company, he established a reputation and contacts to become a competitor. A lawsuit was filed against Mr. Ion due to linking clients with Hays on a social media platform called Linkedin. Hays could have created a separate profile on the website and required employees to utilize that account for business purposes and practices. This would have mitigated clients from jumping ship to another network. They could easily change the password to the account, and this would leave Mr. Ion with no access to their clients.
After exploring the popular news article website NYTimes, they are currently compliant for technology use by people with disabilities. NYTimes offers closed captioning on videos, transcripts for both audio and video, the ability to adjust the font size on the website, and also able to change on devices such as smartphones. Youtube.com a popular website for sharing videos is also compliant with the technology used by people with disabilities. On the smartphone application, they offer support for blind users with a feature called talkback. Companies utilize this website called Accessibe which helps keep websites compliant with automated accessibility.